Pep - Manager of the Season 2017/18

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  1. oman0115

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    It’s got to be plopp, they beat city three times, plopp has the wood over Pep, and he’s done this spending the same money as a manager in league one, Europe is terrified, oooh those European nights at anfield.
     
  2. 2bluejacko

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    I can see 4 different ones there mate
     
  3. superwatsonwatson

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    Yes, it' 4 times.
     
  4. nmc

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    You mean George Burley didn't manage the Rags!
     
  5. cityblue123

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    it can be nobody but pep. that's not being bias but fact. The double plus the style we play, its a no brainer!
     
  6. Shaelumstash

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    Nah, Pellegrini didn’t really do anything tactically or man management wise to win us that league. It was just the 11 most talented players going out and figuring how to win.

    Mancini took an average centre mid in Kompany and turned him in to arguably the best centre half in Europe. He took Barry from an average PL centre mid in to a pass master. He took Zabaleta from a clunking, grafter of a footballer in to the best right back in the league. He took a side that shipped goals for fun in to the best defensive unit in the league.

    He took Joe Hart from 2nd choice to Shay Given, loans at Birmingham, to England’s number one and multiple golden glove winner.

    Pellegrini’s only coaching legacy was to indulge Yaya and let him do whatever he wanted. Worked a treat in 2014 and bit him on the arse in 2015 and 16.
     
  7. The Northern Baptist

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    If Dyce gets Burnley into the top 6 then he is well in with a shout and rightly so!.

    If we break the points and goals record though it should, and will, go to Pep
     
  8. exiled-blue

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    Finishing above Le Arse is not that incredible when you consider they have not won a single away point in 2018
     
  9. chaddblue

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    IT should be Pep... it will be Dyche
     
  10. Indaparkside

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    I think raffas done a good a job as dyche gets fuck all to spend of Ashley, if he was at chelsea arsenal they'd Def be in the top 4
     

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